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Alice Vs Slipknot

09/26/05
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(Blabbermouth) Jeff Kerby of KNAC.COM recently conducted an exclusive interview with ALICE COOPER. A few excerpts from the chat follow:

KNAC.COM: Aren't there a lot of people out there though who have this insatiable need and desire to believe that Alice is a living, breathing being out wreaking havoc twenty-four hours a day?

Alice: "I've tried to believe it myself even though I don't believe it about MARILYN MANSON. The guys in SLIPKNOT look like they work at The Gap when they aren't in SLIPKNOT. I was more stunned than anyone on that one. They all came and sat down after the show, and they were all wearing these Gap shirts with little short haircuts. It was like… 'So the guys in SLIPKNOT are where? Where are the guys in SLIPKNOT?' I was like, 'Really?' So that was funny to me, but I totally get it. If I tried to be Alice Cooper all the time…"[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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